ARRR-eally good time

St John Vianney Primary School pupils struck gold on a recent visit to the beach when they came across a mysterious treasure chest.
As a reward for completing so many books throughout the school year as part of a national reading task, the Rainbow Reading Challenge, the whole school visited Crosby beach for a fun day of activities that included sand castle building and treasure hunts.
After coming across the chest that was buried on the beach, the children couldn’t wait to get it back to school and held a pirate themed day which involved everyone dressing up as pirates and reading stories, as they opened the chest which was crammed full of treats.
Headteacher, Marg Roberts said: “The children had such a wonderful time at the beach and really enjoyed reading stories about pirates.
“This was a reward for all the hard work that the children have done over the year. I’m extremely proud of each and every one of them.”

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